Ocean Tomo Chief Executive James E. Malackowski will join the Greater Washington DC Chapter of the Licensing Executives Society (LES USA/Canada) for their monthly meeting and webinar on Thursday, September 9, 2021, from noon to 1:00 pm EST. The event is free to LES members. Non-members can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for registration details.
Jim’s presentation will highlight market activity within the Intellectual Property (IP) Transaction Ecosystem, including new trends in the monetization of intellectual property assets.
Jim has been recognized annually since 2007 by leading industry publications as one of the ‘World’s Leading IP Strategists’. He is listed among “50 Under 45” by IP Law & Business™; included in the National Law Journal’s inaugural list of 50 Intellectual Property Trailblazers & Pioneers; and, named as one of “The Most Influential People in IP” by Managing Intellectual Property™.
Jim has served on the board of the Licensing Executives Society in many capacities, including as President of the International Society and the USA/Canada Chapter. In 2018, Mr. Malackowski joined the Standards Development Organization Board of the Licensing Executives Society (USA & Canada), Inc. governing voluntary consensus-based professional practices guided in their development by the American National Standards Institute’s (ANSI’s) Essential Requirements.
On more than fifty occasions, Mr. Malackowski has served as an expert in U.S. Federal Court, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, State Court, Court of Chancery, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and global arbitrations on questions relating to intellectual property economics including the subject of valuation, reasonable royalty, lost profits, price erosion, commercial success, corrective advertising, creditor allocations, Hatch Waxman Act market exclusivity, business significance of licensing terms including RAND obligations, venture financing including expected risk / return, and equities of a potential injunction. Mr. Malackowski has publicly addressed policy issues affecting international trade and has provided expert opinions concerning antidumping and countervailing duties imposed by the U.S. Department of Commerce as well as testimony on domestic industry, bond and remedies before the International Trade Commission.
To learn more about Jim’s experience, you can request a copy of his CV here.